Sound and fury, signifying nothing

Listening to Iced Earth’s mediocre new album and reading Marvel’s mediocre summer event comic from last year. I guess it’s a day for toothless apocalypses.

3 Responses to “Sound and fury, signifying nothing”


  1. 1 Remi September 20, 2008 at 8:07 pm

    Too bad that World War Hulk is no good, Planet Hulk was a really fun superhero piece.

  2. 2 Leigh Walton September 20, 2008 at 9:26 pm

    Agreed, Remi. The stakes were lower and the drama was genuine.

  3. 3 Jonathan Walton September 21, 2008 at 10:42 am

    Have you read Annihilation yet? It’s those guys who rebooted the Legion a few years back (Legion Lost, etc.) rebooting all that Marvel space stuff you used to dig back in the day (Nova, Guardians of the Galaxy, Warlock & the Infinity Watch, etc.).


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Leigh Walton talks comics and maybe other arts. (RSS)
He also works for the very excellent publisher Top Shelf Productions (which does not necessarily endorse the views and opinions, etc, herein).

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